When will the dramatically lower fuel costs lead to lower airfares for passengers? Airlines lose in court when they try to claim that mechanical delays are extraordinary. Hilton’s possible data breach.
If you fly enough, delays and cancellations are inevitable. Ned Levi has suggestions on how to cope with them.
Is airline safety being impacted by the bright lights from the football stadium in San Francisco? Take a look a secluded hotels. And, explore the changing world of rental cars.
This week in review according to TravelersUnited.org and ConsumerTraveler.com.
Is the life of a flight attendant or a pilot filled with glamour? How to get the most out of very long layovers. Who really pays for first-class perks?
On a train aficionados trip of a lifetime through Switzerland, Travelers United’s train expert, soaks in the Swiss rail experience and the beautiful landscapes.
Interline agreements make possible transfers of passengers from one airline to another when there are “irregular operations” and allow airlines to transfer baggage between different carriers. They are an important part of the transportation fabric.
A travelogue takes readers on train across the USA for an amazing price. Enjoy a slideshow featuring hotels for solos. Airlines jostle to set up airline service to Cuba.
One of the biggest debates at DOT’s Advisory Committee for Aviation Consumer Protections was whether frequent flier miles should be taxed.
Investor-level collusion in airline capacity discipline — are investors influencing airline decisions? What will the hotels of the future be? How San Francisco gave pedestrians power to cross the street.